I got up at 3 AM and 5 AM to pee (thanks to my lovely children, I can't make it through a night). Both times, I looked out the window and nothing. I wake up at 7 and there's a few inches of snow and the school has emailed and called and we are on a 2 hour delay. I know it's only a few inches, but they really look at the fact that they don't want kids standing at bus stops when 2 inches of snow is coming down. It's more for safety.
I let the kids sleep in. Ben was the only one who woke up concerned. "It's 8:02, we are going to be late for school!"
I told him we better hurry up and get dressed....to play in the snow! He was so happy. He ran and woke up Emily. Noah was already up. He is allergic to sleep.
Most mornings, I have to tell them 5 times to get dressed and it takes them all a good 10-15 minutes. Today, they were all dressed in 60 seconds. It was impressive! They got busy playing.
Emily always loves to go down the slide first when there is a bunch of snow on it.
I'm pretty sure those gloves are useless at this point.
She does handstands all the time, everywhere.
The boys decided to work on a snowman.
They were so proud of themselves. It's the world's smallest snowman.
Then, they went out front and I saw our scarecrow and had to laugh. Poor guy. It's Monday. It's Fall. It's Arizona. I'm sure he wasn't prepared for snow drift in his face.
Surprisingly, he looks how I feel most mornings.